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Somewhere that is priced reasonably.
I live in Sydney.


Posted anonymously, 8th March 2022


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  • My daughter used vista print. Economical, quick turnaround and the products she chose were great.


  • Etsy would have options.


  • We had our wedding invitations made from a guy in Turkey. We found him on Etsy. They have so many different options available and are reasonably priced.


  • Zazzle looks promising.. all online, different options and discounts.


  • My niece got married last year, they did their own invitations, and I tell you, they were beautiful. I have kept them as part of our family records.


  • If you would be up for some DIY you should check out the site greetingsisland they have so many amazing templates free or paid. I have used them for so many of my kids invitations but they have some beautiful wedding invites as well.


  • We did our own. But you can go to the markets and get them done there!
    If you see one of those fancy paper shops then you can get them to make them for you.
    They have the templates there so you can choose all sorts of different designs.


  • If you look at things like Canva and vista print, you can design your own with a more personal touch.
    Both have printing available I think, but Canva you can download your design, free or paid, and take them to a print service.
    It will work out much cheaper.


  • Yes, I would have a try myself too !


  • If you design them yourself you could get them made at officeworks


  • Personally I sourced my envelopes and card pockets etc and then printed myself to save on cost. I also remind my friends who ask this question while you want to have nice invitations don’t go too overboard and set a reasonable budget because at the end of the day a lot of guests don’t give them much thought once they have the details, and sadly more often they end up in the trash after the big day! Check out Etsy, alot of small businesses on their that are willing to look after the whole process for you :)


  • I printed my own. But I think services like “snap print” are quite good for all sorts of things from signs to invites.


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